I'd be interested to hear how things go. When I started using the 902 a couple of year back I found the non meteor hits excessive with the high sensitivity settings. Lots of cosmic rays (which is actually interesting in it's own right, for those minded so leaving the camera running with the lens cap on could, in theory, be used to monitor solar activity but that's another story)
I have been using a middling set of parameters, these being 108, 8, 3, 3 which seem to work quite well. I still get a lot of cosmic rays but not so many spurious triggers caused by noise.
The new Sensitivity Settings (as discussed above) have had an effect. During Jul-Dec last year I only captured 3 meteors fainter than mag 1.5; January's haul was 4 in that range.
I get more cosmic ray hits and electrical noise - that's the trade off with the new settings. It takes a while to clean up the extra, unwanted captures, but it will be worth it if the resultant data are good quality.
A first look at January's multi-station captures (with stewartw) reveals a couple of mag 1.3 sporadics, which we might have missed with the previous settings.